Over one hundred 20 tourists from Taiwan are enjoying their holiday in the country, and have the opportunity to take a closer look at the beauty of the capital.
The tourists are satisfied as they get to visit several landmarks such as the Omar 'Ali Saifuddien Mosque, the Royal Wharf and the Royal Mausoleum Museum. These buildings have its own history that portrays the Bruneian identity. They also had the opportunity to cruise along Brunei River and take a closer look at the uniqueness and beauty of Kampong Ayer as well as the various species of animals that can be found along the river.
Proboscis monkey, a primate species that is going extinct in the country, attracted the tourist's attention when they cruised along the river where mangrove and swamp forest thrive. Residents of these forests will always be the centre of attraction due to its unique difference from other monkeys.
At night, the tourists took a closer look at the various items that can be found at "Pasar Pelbagai Barangan Gadong". They also had the opportunity to try traditional food as well as barbeque food.
Source: Radio Television Brunei